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Fast and Fun Graphic Art



The Popularity Of Graphic Art Is Undeniably On The Rise.

 It takes many forms, from framed vintage covers of The New Yorker, to originals from local artists Rita Ortloff and Tiffany McKnight, to simple, succinct messages. And while I never expected a buffalo to capture my heart, the piece by Jill Hollingsworth is definitely a favorite.
In all honesty, they’re all my new favorites.

This idea brings a lot of fun and life to any room. Set aside that fear of nail holes in the wall and set about creating a big impact with just a little investment of time and money.

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Clockwise from left:

Rita Ortloff custom commission from Etsy shop RitaOrtloff

► “Heck Yes” graphic print from The Social Club in Norman

► Tiffany McKnight original watercolor and ink drawings
“Untitled [Primordial Soup] 1-3” from tiffanymcknight.com

►“Tomorrow the Birds Will Sing” print from The Social Club in Norman

►Turquoise tray from Cayman’s in Norman

►Vase from Tulips in Norman

►Vintage The New Yorker cover from Sara Kate Studios in OKC 

Jill Hollingsworth buffalo string art from The Social Club in Norman
 


 

 



Clockwise from Left:

Rita Ortloff “Blurred Lines” from Etsy shop RitaOrtloff

 Vintage The New Yorker cover from Sara Kate Studios in OKC

“Hello” graphic print from The Social Club in Norman

Jill Hollingsworth heart string art from The Social Club

Turquoise tray from Cayman’s in Norman

Vase from Tulips in Norman
 


 

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